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    My name is Sandra Elizabeth, my best friend has always called me Sannybeth

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    Mine is part of my Cowboy Action Shooting (SASS) alias. My shooting name is Kaycee McCaylum.

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    What does your HF Screen-name mean?

    Mine is my name, what I like to do, and my lucky number

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    sort of a shortening of gone fishing and go dolphins!
    There is no try, only do.

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    SM_Shawn...

    I am a Scoutmaster, and that's the abbreviation for the term according to the BSA. I also write a Scouting blog, www.truenorthscouting.com and have 2 podcasts that are in hiatus, True North and Scout Nation. In all of those, along with my Scouting circles, I am known as Scoutmaster Shawn...

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    It's my actual sur name. It comes from the old Norse word "rún" which means "secret".

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    Mine is my trail name, short for coyote because I was talking about my research in wildlife ecology and did a howl, and a coyote pack answered me. The group called me that after. Not a huge story, but w/e

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    I use recycled or repurposed materials, or at least try to make my own gear out of new materials if I can't find the appropriate used materials. So I guess I'm like a technician of scrounging. And I work in a tech-related job, CNC machinist.

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    Potlicker..my story

    Potlicker is a word that is not often heard outside the American South. Seeing that the word rarely shows up in a dictionary, it could mean many things. As a regional term of the southern kitchen, it usually refers to something made yummy with pork fat. In the book You Eat What You Are by Barer-Stein, Pot-likker is “a treat of melted salt pork poured over bread or cooked greens.” I, personally, am thinking the leftover food scrapings from the bottom of the pan, when it has turned rich and mellow. It is slightly greasy and thick like butter but flavored like a creamy decadent reduction of the last meal you made. A meal that probably had pork fat. The marrow of the meal! Potlicker butter on bread! Heaven!

    When potlicker does show up in the dictionary, it generally refers to ones social status, especially to ones status of being poor and/or starving. As in, if you were poor you would “lick the bottom of the pot” for all of the scraps and leftovers to make sure to get the most out of it and thus, those who were poor were Pot Lickers.

    However:

    Licking the pot sounds like "living life to the fullest" to me for all to see and hope you agree !!

    Thus the name is ...."Potlicker" for me......
    Last edited by Potlicker; 03-17-2013 at 17:00.


    - Potlicker

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    It's my first name.

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